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Stab%C3%A6k Fotball Kvinner
Stabæk
Full nameStabæk Fotball Kvinner
Nickname(s)De blaa (The Blues)
Founded16 March 1912; 108 years ago (1912-03-16)
GroundNadderud Stadion
Bærum
ChairmanMimi Berdal
CoachVanja Stefanovic
LeagueToppserien
2019Toppserien, 11th of 12 (relegated)

Stabæk Fotball Kvinner is Stabæk IF's women's football team, started on 23 October 2008 with a core of players from Asker. Asker had lost its licence to play in the top league after a failure to meet financial targets, and Stabæk's chairman Mimi Berdal arranged for the new team to be formed within Stabæk IF. The team was immediately joined by other players including Solveig Gulbrandsen.

Stabæk plays in the Toppserien, the top women's league in Norway. The new team set an attendance record in its first match, with 1,321 spectators watching a 2-0 win over Røa, and these two teams have dominated the Norwegian league and cup competitions since then.

Stabæk won the league championship in 2010[1] and thus qualified for the 2011-12 UEFA Women's Champions League to debut in Europe. The team also finished in second place to Røa in the Toppserien in 2009 and 2011, and in November 2011 won the Norwegian Cup Final.

The team played in the Champions League for the first time in 2011. They met FFC Frankfurt in their first tie and beat them 1-0 in the home match at Nadderud Stadium, Oslo, but lost the return match in Frankfurt 4-1 a week later. They were also qualified to play in the Champions League again in 2012.

Notable former players in the team include Lise Klaveness, Ingrid Hjelmseth, Trine B. Rønning, and the national team captains of Norway and Denmark, Ingvild Stensland and Katrine Pedersen. Ada Hegerberg, the first ever recipient of the Ballon d'Or Féminin in 2018, played for Stabæk in 2012.

Recent history

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
2009 Toppserien 2 22 16 5 1 83 15 53 Third round
2010 Toppserien 1 22 17 5 0 72 8 56 Quarter-final
2011 Toppserien 2 22 16 3 3 57 10 51 Winner
2012 Toppserien 2 22 15 5 2 70 21 50 Winner
2013 Toppserien 1 22 17 4 1 64 9 55 Winner
2014 Toppserien 2 22 16 4 2 62 19 52 Quarter-final
2015 Toppserien 4 22 10 7 5 32 17 37 Semi-final
2016 Toppserien 3 22 12 6 4 39 17 42 Quarter-final
2017 Toppserien 3 22 13 4 5 46 23 43 Quarter-final
2018 Toppserien 8 22 7 2 13 29 37 23 Third round
2019 Toppserien relegated11 22 3 4 15 16 43 13 Third round Relegated to 1. divisjon

Achievements

Players

Current squad

As of 2 March 2020[2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Norway GK Selma Panengstuen
2 Norway DF Louise Normann
3 Norway DF Ingrid Søndenå
4 Norway MF Thea Loennecken
5 Norway DF Silje Bjørneboe
6 Norway DF Carlotta Fennefoss
7 Norway FW Melissa Bjånesøy
8 Norway MF Justine Kielland
9 Norway MF Rikke Thorkildsen
10 Norway MF Cornelia Fladberg
11 Sweden FW Zara Jönsson
12 Norway GK Melenie Watts
13 Norway DF Siri Nordeide Grønli
14 Norway MF Kaja Aasly Haartveit
No. Position Player
15 Norway MF Emilia Ruud
16 Norway MF Ine Østmo
17 Norway FW Maren Hauge
18 Norway MF Marte Ness
19 Norway FW Maiken Bjørndalen
20 Norway MF Liv Aandal
22 Norway GK Sunniva Skoglund
23 Norway MF Elise Lundblad
24 Norway DF Ina Kristoffersen
25 Norway GK Margaux Batt Lægreid
44 Norway DF Stine Reinås
51 Norway FW Iris Omarsdottir
95 Norway FW Maren Hagfors Thoresen

Former players

References

  1. ^ "2010 final standings". women.soccerway.com. Retrieved 2011.
  2. ^ "Stabæk Kvinner Senior A". Football Association of Norway. Retrieved 2017.

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